The Second Talk of My Weird Nature

I feel like a loner.

The introverted extrovert–ENFJ, have the tendency to become loners. Even if I’m not involving the personality type feature here, I’m more or less still a loner.

Barack Obama is a loner, he’s an ENFJ. And there’s that other guy who’s also ENFJ and meanwhile a loner.

I mean, I got my own pace to do stuff. I don’t really fit into groups, it’s not like I don’t want to, but intrinsically I just don’t fit. I don’t why, but it looks this way. ...READ MORE


It sounds like a myth, that nobody right now can actually implement a perfect meritocratic system for everyone.

However it’s doable in all sorts of aspect.

Every great empire, era rises from being meritocracy in the system. They utilize all the good resources they can during the time, and they benefit massively from it.

What can we currently do to fix our system? Our flaws? The inheritance system? ...READ MORE

An Alien Has Come to Earth


I want to write a story, a future for humans to aspire to.

But a better future would be too dreamy, and realism would be too human.

You can’t rob the realism out of a better future, otherwise it’s going to be un-achievable. But framing all of this onto the human standard, could not manifest the ultimate form of human–the Superman/Übermensch.

Because human in itself is a flawed species, it’s not perfect. However, achieving perfect would be not too human. ...READ MORE

The Country You Need to Fear Meanwhile Salute to


A country that is known for its weirdness and hentainism. And a bunch of weeaboos’ pilgrimage destination. A glamorous sight of this country for the outsiders.

This country once led the global technology in the early 2000s and late 90s. A country that excels at many aspects and hard to fail at competing with other nations in the world.

The last century’s Walkman, cameras and electronics are best made by Japanese companies and corporations. The new installed government not only didn’t fail Japan, but push forwards it to a higher level that caught up with the US. ...READ MORE

The Meaning of Becoming a First World Country

Long time ever since the end of WW2, the rich countries on planet have devised a standard to distinguish other poor countries on the planet.

They title themselves as the first world countries, the “developed” countries. To hit the standard of developed countries, according to Wikipedia,

Economic criteria have tended to dominate discussions. One such criterion is income per capita; countries with high gross domestic product (GDP) per capita would thus be described as developed countries. Another economic criterion is industrialization; countries in which the tertiary and quaternary sectors of industry dominate would thus be described as developed. More recently another measure, the Human Development Index (HDI), which combines an economic measure, national income, with other measures, indices for life expectancy and education has become prominent. This criterion would define developed countries as those with a very high (HDI) rating. ...READ MORE

Just some thoughts, nothing else.

At the moment I am thinking about how do I implement and instill an aphorism into a movie, the kind of aphorism that is hard to manifest on graphics but easy on words.

Humans are geographical species.

And jump from this aphorism, I got carried away by the mainstream, the general public.

I think of the origins of how ethics/morality came to this world, while the mainstream are still doing what they are best at–being mainstream, being careless and oblivious to what are actually important. ...READ MORE

We Were All Mad – Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Review

This film is exceptionally great at all length for a Cold War satire film.

It tickles many nonsensical and ridiculous aspects of life during the Cold War time. The world was weird, and all crazy, at the time, but it was all true.

The humor and the satire of the film land on its aphorism, and what true cold to bone’s black humor is that you see it as ridiculous, but it ain’t no jokes/it is real. ...READ MORE